German automotive giant Volkswagen shared the camo images of the new compact crossover model Nivus, which it will produce for the South American market. Using the same platform as VW’s small class hatchback Polo, the vehicle is expected to have an affordable price tag.
German automotive giant Volkswagen, which has recently expanded its compact crossover family with models such as T-Roc and T-Cross, announced in December of last year that it has developed a new compact crossover called Nivus in Brazil.
The company, which previously shared a short teaser about the vehicle, this time published the camo images of Nivus. Designed by Volkswagen’s Brazilian operation, this handset has a coupe-inspired design.
Volkswagen Nivus uses the same platform as the Polo
Built on the same platform as the small-class hatchback of the German brand Polo, Nivus stands out with its stylish and sporty appearance. According to Volkswagen, the vehicle comes with a 3-cylinder 1.0 TSI unit that produces 128 horsepower and 200 Nm of torque. Featuring only the front-wheel drive system, Nivus offers a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The compact crossover, which is almost Polo-size, has a very assertive luggage volume of 415 liters. Offering a quality look with LED day and stops, Nivus comes with 17-inch wheels. We do not currently have any information about the car’s interior features, but we anticipate that this curiosity will soon be resolved.
The Nivus, which does not have a four-wheel drive system, produces 128 horsepower and 200 Nm of torque.
Nivus, which is positioned under another compact crossover model of Volkswagen, T-Roc, will be offered for sale in Brazil in June. The vehicle, which will be launched in other South American countries towards the end of 2020, will sail to Europe in the beginning of 2021.
The compact crossover Nivus, whose design and production is undertaken by Volkswagen Brazil, will be cheaper than the T-Roc, which has an initial price of 20.390 euros, but we need to wait a little longer to find out the exact price. In addition, it is clear that for the moment I would say the vehicle coming to market in Turkey.